DMLA Conference Schedule

Posted on 9/8/2020 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

The schedule for the Digital Media Licensing Association (DMLA) Conference, October 25-30 is now available here. Online sessions for the week long conference will begin most days at 11:00am EDT and end by 5:00pm EDT.

There will be two keynote addresses. On Monday 11:00am Paolo Malabuyo, Director of UX at YouTube. He will speak on Embracing Complexity. Paolo is also an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley. Before joining Google, he held positions at Netflix, Mercedes-Benz, Zynga, and Microsoft.

On Tuesday at 11:00am, Andy Parsons, Director, Content Authenticity Initiative, at Adobe will explain Adobe’s intentions in this regard. Andy builds systems that improve the way we interact with media and each other. His passion is empowering creative professionals with innovative technology. Adobe's Content Authenticity Initiative is creating software and standards for digital provenance, giving creators attribution for their work and giving information consumers new ways to detect inauthentic media.



In addition, there will be sessions on the Google Licensable Badge, Copyright Enforcement and discussions on ways to produce, manage and monetize your visual content.

Those wishing to attend any of these sessions can sign up for tickets here. In addition to corporate passes there are individual passes for all the sessions for DMLA members for $560 and non-members $700.



If you are only interested in attending 6 or fewer session the prices of the pass are $420 for DMLA members for $525 for non-members. Single session passes are $140 for members and $175 for non-members.


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